The Wonders of Auricular Healing

Auricular Therapy is the stimulation of specific points on the ear with Acupuncture or Acupressure to address a range of emotional and physical health problems. Your ear is a microsystem of your body with every part of your body having a corresponding point on your ear. By stimulating your ear points with EarSeeds you send a therapeutic message to the corresponding part of your body and mind to treat a range of medical issues from physical pain to digestive, hormonal and emotional problems.

Your ears are an amazing map of your body corresponding with an inverted fetus. The lobe of the ear being the head and face, with the spine along the ear antihelix, and the feet at the top of the ear.

In Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) your health depends on the flow of energy (qi) in your body. The energy travels along pathways called meridians that are named for the internal organs they connect to.

You can choose to have Acupuncture (needles) or Acupressure (EarSeeds) Therapy or combine them to address a range of emotional and physical health problems. It has helped millions of people become well and stay well.

The activation of trigger points contributes towards relaxation and pain relief. People report immediate feelings of calm and a lasting reduction of stress. Acupuncture and Acupressure is safe for adults and children and has an extremely low rate of adverse effects. 

Acupressure EarSeeds work by creating a mild ongoing stimulation at the points where they are placed, throughout your day. You can enhance the stimulation by giving your EarSeeds a gentle rub now and then. Taking deep breaths as your press the points will enhance the therapeutic effect.

What can Auricular Healing Treat?

Acupuncture and Acupressure EarSeeds can assist in the treatment of

  • Physical

    Headaches / Migraines

    Backpain / Sciatica

    Pulled Muscles

    Chronic Pain

    Menstrual Pain


  • Emotional

    Anxiety / Stress


    Bipolar Disorder


    Obessesive Compulsive Disorder

    Sleep and Insomnia


    Postpartum depression

  • Hormonal


    Adrenal Disorders

    Thyroid Imbalance

    PCOS / Endometriosis


    Pituitary Disorders

  • Digestive

    Abdominal Issues




    Irritable Bowel Syndrome


  • Inflammation





    Rheumatoid Arthritis

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